Juste Debout UK 2014 took place this weekend with qualifiers in locking, hip hop, popping and experimental.


UK won in all categories except hip hop, won by Nini Brothers of Denmark, and experimental, by Paleta of Switzerland. Winners and videos can be found below.

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Juste Debout UK 2014 results

Popping winners:  Brooke and Dickson (UK)
Runners up: Ramelle and Louis

House dance winners: Turbo and Bagsy (UK)
Runners up: Frankie and Poogie (UK)

Locking winners: Brooke and Dharmz (UK)
Runners up: Chamba and Lock Lee (Cyprus)

Hip hop winners: Nini Brothers (Denmark)
Runners up: Endrew Styles and Carlos

Juste Debout UK 2014 experimental
Winner: Paleta (Switzerland)

Juste Debout UK judges and styles

Popping: Djidawi (France)
Hip Hop: Marquest (USA)
House: Tatsuo (Japan)
Locking: Jimmy Soul (France)

Juste Debout 2014 international qualifier dates

Juste Debout qualifiers take place in 14 cities across the world, including the finals preliminaries in Paris, France.

USA (New York) – 7 and 8 December 2013
Brazil – 14 December 2013
Japan (Tokyo) – 4 January 2014
Korea (Seoul) – 11 and 12 January 202014
Kazakhstan (Almaty) – 18 January 2014
Taiwan (Taipei) – 25 and 26 January 2014
Sweden (Stockholm) – 1 February 2014
Holland (Amsterdam) – 2 February 2014
UK (London) – 8 Februar 2014
Italy (Roma) – 9 February 2014
Russia (Saint Petersburg) – 15 February 2014
Switzerland (Geneva) – 16 February 2014
Germany (Düsseldorf) – 22 February 2014
France (Paris) – 28 February 2014
Finals: 1 February 2014 (world qualifiers) and 2 February 2014 (semi finals and finals)

About Juste Debout

Juste Debout, or ‘just stand up’ when translated from French, is an annual street dance competition for stood up dance styles held in Paris in the disciplines of hip hop, experimental top rock, locking, popping and house dance. Each year a series of international qualifiers take place in select categories for each country to decide who will battle at the world finals.